Researchers at MIT have developed a new approach that enables them to program robots in simulation and then deploy them to the real world.
GameDriver makes software that automates the QA process for game developers.
Headlining Microsoft’s sessions at GTC will be two executive keynotes with the chance to win a free NVIDIA Jetson Nano 4GB Developer Kit.
A deepfake of President Zelenskyy calling on citizens to “lay down arms” was posted to a hacked Ukrainian news website and shared across social networks.
Adobe has announced new tools for customers to best respond to personalized B2B campaigns that are reflective of their past interactions.
In 2020, Detroit police arrested a Black man for shoplifting almost $4,000 worth of watches from an upscale boutique. He was handcuffed in front of his family and spent a night in lockup. After some questioning, however, it became clear that they had the wrong man.
Pinpointing the molecular targets behind the subjective effects of psychedelic drugs could help clinicians and researchers better treat psychiatric conditions.
Effective policing relies on good data. The prevention and reduction of crime, particularly serious and organised crime, depends on law enforcement agencies being able to gain swift insights from the huge and increasing amount of information at their disposal.
There are growing applications of artificial intelligence in health sciences education. Students and practitioners need to be educated on using these technologies and made aware of their implications.
Skoltech researchers and their colleagues from ESPCI Paris, Chiba University, and Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology have used a 3D simulation to show that small fish swimming in a school can sense the position and tail beat of their neighbors as water pressure variation on the side of their bodies.
As a step toward improving our ability to identify and manage the harmful effects of bias in artificial intelligence (AI) systems, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recommend widening the scope of where we look for the source of these biases—beyond the machine learning processes and data used to train AI software to the broader societal factors that influence how technology is developed.
Over the past few decades, computer scientists have developed increasingly advanced techniques to train and operate robots. Collectively, these methods could facilitate the integration of robotic systems in an increasingly wide range of real-world settings.
Talent.com, a startup developing a platform to match job candidates with open roles, has raised $120 million in venture financing.
A report from Stanford's Human-Centered AI institute shows that AI remains dogged by ethical and bias challenges, but that funding is increasing.
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Nautilus Labs, a company developing an AI-powered ship routing solution to cut down on emissions, has raised $34 million in funding.
FAA committee weighs in on drones operating beyond visible line of sight (BVLOS).
Miso Robotics is partnering with Chipotle to launch a robot that can make tortilla chips, ostensibly as well as a human.